Our students in special education really need to learn effective money skills that will serve them through their lives. In order to do that we need to make sure we are teaching it at all different ages and with enough intensity to benefit. However, trying to keep coming up with functional ways for the students to use money so it's engaging and effective can be hard. Today's blog post focuses on how to make money instruction meaningful and interesting and includes our Facebook Live discussion

Think about the thoughts you have before you fall asleep — especially when you need to fall asleep very quickly. At moments like these, your brain starts wondering about different things that you never think about on a regular day like, how much does a cloud weigh? Can a person sense smells while they sleep? How much energy does a human body produce? Luckily for you, we found the answers to all of these questions!

Some everyday tricks are so useful and simple they can come in handy to more than one generation. Yet over time, they’re somehow forgotten, and they turn into what’s called "grandma’s tips." Bright Side decided to recall the past and collected for you eight tricks from childhood, which everyone forgot for some reason.

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